Recording artist Chris Brown attends the Alexander Wang x H&M Pre-Shop Party at H&M on November 5, 2014 in West Hollywood, California

Recording artist Chris Brown attends the Alexander Wang x H&M Pre-Shop Party at H&M on November 5, 2014 in West Hollywood, California

*When it come to the criminal justice system and Chris Brown, we automatically think of him as the perp and not the victim.

*When it come to the criminal justice system and Chris Brown, we automatically think of him as the perp and not the victim.

Well, would you believe this time around he’s the victim? It seems Chris Breezy is the victim as his one-time jail ID has appeared for sale online.

The ID came from when the singer was jailed in San Bernardino last April. According to TMZ, when Brown left rehab last April to go to  Washington D.C. for an assault hearing, one his stops included the San Bernardino County jail. Brown was only there for about a day, but was still required to have a jail ID. When he left, the ID was left with the jailers.

Jump forward to now and lo and behold, the ID shows up on-line for $10,000. Brown’s lawyer, Mark Geragos immediately brought the issue to the San Bernardino’s sheriff department which launched an investigation. The Sheriff’s department claims they tracked down a local guy who had it up for sale and he claims he got the card from a friend of a friend.

The Sheriff’s department is now investigating whether any actual crime has been committed.

But that raises the question of who would want a jail ID card and what can you do it and who would pay $10,000 for one?

Oops. That’s 3 questions.